Carola Antón García *Seville
1999 Degree in Architecture, ETSA Seville
2004 MAS in Landscape Architecture, ETH Zurich

2018 Founder Antón Landschaft

2009 Co-founder antón & ghiggi landscape architecture

2014-2016 Teaching position at Lucerne University of Applied Science and Arts

2009-2011  Assistant Teacher at the Institute for Landscape Architecture, Prof. Günther Vogt, ETH Zurich. Honorary Assistant at the Superior Technical School of Architecture in Seville, Spain

2009-2012  Research project ARTANA (Plásticaarte anátomico)

2008 Self-employed Architect and Landscape Architect

2005-2008 Work at Schweingruber Zulauf Landscape Architects, Zurich

2003 Founding member of the Spanish delegation to of E.C.U.M.E (échanges cultureles en Méditerranée).

2001-2003 Head for Architecture at ACCIONA Infraestructuras, Department for Engineer und Architecture, Section Andalusia, Ceuta and Melilla. Technical assistance for construction processes, projects, analysis and competition coordination

2001 Postgraduate Studies in Cultural Heritage, ETSA Seville

1999-2001 Self-employed Architect

Publications and Exhibitions

TRANSVERSAL. Centre for Cultural Initiatives of the University of Seville (CICUS) with the collaboration of the Institute for Culture and the Arts of Seville (ICAS), 2009

ENNYA Bienniale International Ideas Competition Catalog. American Institute of Architects New York Chapter. Exhibition Center for Architecture New York, 2008

Video “a la mesa” with Pilar Garcia Abril. VII Rencontre des Écoles d’Art in Damaskus. Syria, 2007

Residential project Alcalá la Real, Jaén. Vol I Jovenes arquitectos of Andalusia, Andalusian Federal Ministry of Construction, 2004

Pasado? FIDAS Magazine, Architecture Research Foundation Seville, 1998

Lectures:

2.05.16 | Architekturforum Ostschweiz. „Stadterosion. Oder die Faltung der Landschaft“

2.11.11 | EFLA Regional Congress, Tallinn. Pfingstweid Zurich. About erosion and sedimentation in the city.

18.3.11 | Departement für Städtebau an der Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU). Uncovering space.